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Men's Golf Ties for Sixth

Senior Doc Schulte shot three-over 74 Monday on day two of the Greene Turtle Invitational.
Senior Doc Schulte shot three-over 74 Monday on day two of the Greene Turtle Invitational.

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Shenandoah University men's golf team shot a season-low 297 Monday afternoon to finish tied for sixth at the Greene Turtle Invitational.

Playing for a second straight day at the par-71, 6367-yard Winchester Country Club, the Hornets improved by 13 strokes over their day one score.

All five members of the squad's 'A' team shot in the 70s with Erich Gall leading this group with a two-over-par 73.

Doc Schulte had a 74 and Brett Dubin and Blake Forst 75 to complete the team's qualifying scores.

Robert Fox had a 78 that did not count toward the team total.

Schulte and Forst tied for ninth overall.

Shenandoah's 607 two-day total was just one shot back of fifth place Ferrum and tied with Virginia Wesleyan for sixth. SU and VWU were two shots back of Bridgewater and Randolph-Macon. The Eagles and Yellow Jackets tied for third at 605.

Hampden-Sydney won the two-day, 36-hole event by 18 strokes over Mary Washington with a 580 total.

The Hornets 'B' also improved their day two score with a 313 to finish 12th overall. Trevor Gardner shot 76, Connor McCarthy and Blake Woodie each had a 78 and Joe Gesell an 81 to make up the 313 total.

Josh Bianco had an 84 that did not count toward the 'B' team score.

Michael Plath had an 82 and J.R. Mills 84 playing as individuals.

The squad is off until traveling to the Ted Keller Memorial hosted by Randolph-Macon October 9 and 10.